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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #61 - bitzz
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These tiles, made out of a material called LI-900, are basically sponges of highly refined quartz sand. That ability to still be cool to the touch—which looks like literal witchcraft—is actually due to the fact that each tile is 94 percent air by volume and 99.9 percent silica glass by composition. That combo makes it laughably bad at conducting heat, which is why those edges are cool to the touch.
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#237 to #61 - trollop
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You say laughably bad at conducting heat, i say laughably good at not conducting heat
#179 to #61 - jhoec
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This, this is some pretty cool ass knowledge!
thank you!
#183 to #179 - bitzz
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No problem, I am just glad people are genuinely interested with the explanation.
No problem, I am just glad people are genuinely interested with the explanation.
#112 to #61 - electrickwalrus
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#87 to #61 - CactusFantastico
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dang
dang
User avatar #94 to #87 - paradox
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is that linsday shaw?
#104 to #94 - anon id: c091ec68
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No, she's some Croatian show hostess.
User avatar #116 to #104 - paradox
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thank you kind anon.
#80 to #61 - eddymolly
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#79 to #61 - Monopolus
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YAY SCIENCE!
#71 to #61 - funnyjunkyeahyeah
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Yeah, as soon as I seen it I knew it was either very poor conductivity, very low heat capacity, or probably both.
User avatar #69 to #61 - splinfinity
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Dude, thank you. That's pretty ******* cool.
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